You know those tween magazines with lots of drama and gossip? J-14, Yikes, and the like? Those were never my favorite, but there was always one section I gravitated towards when the neighbor’s copies accidentally ended up in our mailbox: the quizzes.
Through a series of questions they told you who you were, who you belonged with, what your summer style was. Flirty and fun? Harry Styles? It was like a slightly more accurate horoscope.
So I decided to do that with a group of YA characters. These are female, just for the sake of having more female POVs, but if anyone wants to request a male one or a book boyfriend one I’d be happy to oblige.
For now, find out who you are closest to in personality out of four very different female characters! It’s a short one, so it can’t take long! Let us know which character you are in the comments below!
1. What is your favorite thing to do on a Friday night?
a) Creating fantastic artwork or designing new outfits.
b) Doing homework- you’d hate to have to worry about it Saturday. Or experimenting with some chemicals.
c) Partying somewhere, or out on the town having fun with friends!
d) Hanging out with your mom or a couple of friends. Nothing wild, just easy chatter, maybe some board games or cooking.
2. Describe your style.
a) Funky and different. Definitely not considered “in”, but it’s unique and it’s you. Isn’t that all that matters?
b) Something that looks interview-ready, sleek and productive. Not much bright makeup, only the naturals.
c) Whatever’s in, with a girly or sexy edge. You prepare a lot in the morning and it pays off- you look good.
d) Something comfortable and easy, nothing too flamboyant. You don’t want to stand out.
3. What’s your favorite subject in school?
a) Art, which you enjoy and aren’t just using for an easy A.
b) Every school subject is fun, but history is your favorite!
c) Can you say lunch? Screw it- you choose lunch.
d) You don’t have any huge preference. They’re all okayish.
4. You like someone. How do you approach this crush?
a) Talk to them, become friends. Hope they will eventually develop the same feelings, and until then, try to block them out.
b) You don’t have time for boys. If you ignore it, maybe it will go away?
c) Flirt, flirt, flirt!
d) Gaze quietly from afar. Let them make the first move.
5. How do you deal with tough times and/or danger?
a) Face it head on. There isn’t room for regret. Do what needs to be done.
b) Try to be strong, even if on the inside you’re very scared.
c) With the fierceness of a runway model or Beyonce.
d) Go into it armed with courage and love backing you. Have hope and do your best.
6. You see a stranger crying behind the school science building. What do you do?
a) Feel out the situation. Is it boyfriend-broke-up-with-me crying? Is it my-parents-are-divorcing? If the girl seems to need lots of help, you approach and try to comfort her.
b) She doesn’t seem to be in any danger, but she does seem very sad. Figure out someone who knows her and have them comfort her- after all, they understand her.
c) Ask around. Who is that girl? What’s wrong? Try to find some way to help out.
d) Approach immediately. Comfort and soothe her until she feels better, no matter how much time that takes.
mostly as: you are Alyssa from Splintered by A. G. Howard. You are original and unique, and try to pay no mind to other’s thoughts of you. You are easygoing and very artsy, with a good sense of style and confidence.
mostly bs: you are Sydney from Bloodlines. You love school and are very intelligent, and when needed, your strong and brave side emerges. You are very productive and realistic, with some self-doubt.
mostly cs: you are Harper from Rebel Belle. You’re popular, flirty, and fun- but you have a badass side that comes out when you need to defend your friends.
mostly ds: you are from Sweet Evil, as Anna. You are generally pretty shy, but very loving and with a strong moral compass. You are good at understanding other’s emotions and empathizing.